Apologia Chemistry schedule for semester 2

 

2nd Semester Apologia Chemistry

 

Date    Description

1/4       Start Module 9 Introduction, polyatomic ions Molecular geometry, vocabulary and oyos

1/5       Purely Covalent & Polar Covalent Bonds, Read over Lab 9.1

1/6       The Practical Consequences of whether or not a molecule is polar covalent, read over lab 9.2

1/7       Review Questions, Practice Problems

1/8     IN CLASS, Lab 9.1 & 9.2

 

1/11    Test for Module 9

1/12    Introduction to Module 10, vocabulary

1/13    Acids & Bases, Read over lab 10.1

1/14    The chemical definition of acids and bases

1/15   IN CLASS, LAB 10.1

1/18   The behavior of ionic compounds in aqueous solutions, Identifying acids and

            Bases in chemical reactions

1/19    Recognizing acids and bases from their chemical formulas, Predicting the reactions that occur between acids and bases

1/20    The Reactions between acids and covalent bases, molarity

1/21    The dilution equation, The importance of concentration in chemistry

1/22   NO CLASS, Using Concentration in Stoichiometry

1/25    Acid/Base Titrations, read over Experiment 10.2

1/26    Review Questions Module 10

1/27    Practice Problems Module 10

1/28    Test Module 10

1/29   IN CLASS, Experiment 10.2

 

 

2/1       Introduction Module 11, vocabulary, How solutes dissolve in solvents

2/2       Solubility, read over experiment 11.1 & 11.2, do all oyos as you come to them!

2/3       Energy changes that occur when making a solution, read over experiment 11.3

2/4       Applying stoichiometry to solutions

2/5     IN CLASS, Experiments 11.1 & 11.2

 

2/8       Molality

2/9       Freezing Point Depression

2/10    Boiling Point Elevation, Review Questions

2/11    Practice Problems

2/12   IN CLASS, Experiment 11.3 & 11.4

2/15    Test Module 11

2/16    Module 12, Introduction, The definition of pressure, Boyle’s Law

2/17    Charles’s Law, The combined gas law

2/18    Ideal gases, Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures, Vapor Pressure

2/19   NO CLASS, An Alternative Statement of Dalton’s Law

2/22    The Ideal Gas Law, Using the Ideal Gas Law in Stoichiometry, read over experiment 12.1

2/23    Review Questions

2/24    Practice Problems

2/25    Test for Module 12

2/26   IN CLASS, Experiment 12.1                

 

3/1       Module 13, Introduction, vocabulary, Enthalpy

3/2       Determining change of H for a chemical reaction by experiment, read over experiment 13.1

3/3       Determining the change of H of a chemical reaction using bond energies

3/4       Hess’s Law

3/5     IN CLASS, Experiment 13.1

3/8       Applying Enthalpy to Stoichiometry

3/9       Energy Diagrams

3/10    The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics

3/11    The Proper Application of the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics, Gibbs Free Energy

3/12   No CLASS, Review Questions

3/15    Practice Problems

3/16    Test for Module 13

3/17    Module 14, Introduction, vocabulary, Reaction kinetics

3/18    Factors that affect the kinetics of a chemical reaction, read over experiment 14.1

3/19   IN CLASS, Experiment 14.1

 

3/22    The Rate Equation

3/23    Using experiments to determine the details of the rate equation

3/24    Rate Orders, Using Rate Equations

3/25    Temperature Dependence in the rate equation, read over experiment 14.2 for class

3/26   IN CLASS, Catalysts and Reaction Rate, experiment 14.2

 

3/29    Review questions

3/30    Practice problems

3/31    Module 14 test

4/1       WE ARE DONE!  Just kidding!!!  April Fools!!!

Module 15, Introduction, vocabulary

4/2     IN CLASS, read through The definition of chemical equilibrium, experiment 15.1

 

4/5       The Equilibrium Constant

4/6       A few more details concerning the equilibrium constant

4/7       Using the equilibrium constant to predict the progress of a reaction

4/8       Le Chatelier’s principle

4/9     NO CLASS, continue with Pressure & Le Chatelier’s Principle

4/12    Temperature & Le Chatelier’s Principle, read over experiment 15.2

4/13    Acid/Base equilibria

4/14    The pH scale, acid rain

4/15    Review Questions

4/16   IN CLASS, Experiment 15.2

4/19    Practice Problems

4/20    Test for Module 15

4/21    Module 16, Introduction, Vocabulary

4/22    oxidation numbers

4/23   NO CLASS, Determining Oxidation Numbers

 

4/26    Oxidation and Reduction, Recognizing reduction/oxidation reactions

4/27    An Important Characteristic of Reduction/oxidation reactions, read over experiment 16.1 and if you want, do at home

4/28    How Batteries Work!  (wow…wheee!)

4/29    Real Batteries, Corrosion,  A Few Final Words

4/30   Last Class, some kind of party!

5/3       Review Questions

5/4       Practice Problems

5/5       Module 16 test

Congratulations you have finished Chemistry with Dr. Wile!!!!

And early too boot..depending on chem-e-car….

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